Judgment Marketplace, Spurred by Feature in ABA Journal, Announces National Ad Campaign

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Judgment Marketplace is a free platform for buying judgments, selling judgments and trading judgments nationwide.

Judgment Marketplace

Judgment Marketplace is revolutionizing the post-judgment industry

Judgment Marketplace, featured in the November 2011 issue of the ABA Journal, announced that they anticipate launching a national advertisement campaign in January 2012. Billed as the first free and secure platform to buy and sell judgments ranging from individual judgments to portfolios in the thousands, Judgment Marketplace is quickly gaining traction on a national level.

“Since the ABA Journal article came out, we have had a lot of very positive feedback from attorneys and investors who said that a site like ours was long overdue” said Judgment Marketplace President, Joseph Nierman.

“A significant percentage of the judgments that have been posted are situated in New York,” added CEO Shawn Porat, “but judgments are an equally sound investment in the South and Midwest as they are the Northeast.”

Propelled by the prominence of national exposure, attorneys and execution specialists around the country have been contacting Judgment Marketplace about becoming affiliated with the website. “We are rapidly developing a national following in the industry,” said Porat, “the campaign will target people unfamiliar with judgment execution to help them realize the broad possibilities that this industry presents.”

In less than two weeks since the ABA Journal spotlighted Judgment Marketplace, its membership has doubled. “The explosion confirms our belief that there is a hunger for our services,” Nierman said “there is less of a need to sell people on the idea than on creating public awareness that virtually any investor can profit from judgment execution.”    

-The ABA Journal article can be viewed at :
http://www.abajournal.com/magazine/article/in_the_judgment_trade_law_students_website_helps_bring_in_the_cash/

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